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HTML5 for Designers, Part 4: Markup and Elements

with expert John Wiley & Sons

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Course at a glance

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  • Creative Design Power Pack
  • Power Pack Plus

Release date Release date 3/2/2015
Level Level Beginner
Runtime Runtime 1h 20m
Published eBooks Published eBooks Included
Hands-on labs Hands-on labs N/A
Sample files Sample files Included
Exams Exams N/A

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Course description

This nine-part learning series course teaches you how to take full advantage of the new web standard for creating rich multimedia experiences. While learning at your own pace, you’ll discover how to approach site concept creation and bring your vision from the drawing board through to full operability. Master basic skills, boost your creativity, and challenge yourself in bold new directions. Create dynamic web pages that offer a robust and interactive experience for your visitors. Code, develop, and test your websites Understand the many ways the newest version of HTML differs from previous iterations and how it can enhance your web development projects.


This course assumes a basic level of familiarity with HTML5. This course is part of 9 courses, HTML5 for Designers: Basics and Style Sheets; HTML5 for Designers: Margins, Lists and Float; HTML5 for Designers: Layouts and Navigation Bar; HTML5 for Designers: Markup and Elements; HTML5 for Designers: Input Types, JS/jQuery; HTML5 for Designers: Video, Audio, and Canvas; HTML5 for Designers: Curves and Styling; HTML5 for Designers: Fonts and Media Queries; and HTML5 for Designers: Geolocation and Drag/Drop. Please be sure to view the courses in order if you are new to the material.

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John Wiley & Sons Our Creative Design courses are presented by experts from Wiley Publishing. Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services that improve outcomes in areas of research, professional practice, and education. They are the publisher of award-winning journals, encyclopedias, books, and online products and services.

Course outline

Positioning, Markup & Elements

Positioning and HTML5 Markup (25:47)
  • Introduction (00:10)
  • Using Absolute Positioning (01:50)
  • Add the Graphic (01:27)
  • Overlay Text on Graphic (03:29)
  • Relative Position (02:09)
  • HTML5 Syntax Fundamentals (01:52)
  • HTML Past Version Differences (02:00)
  • Using HTML5 Doctype (03:04)
  • Add your First HTML5 Element (01:06)
  • Adding Header Element (02:40)
  • HTML5 Support in Old Browsers (05:46)
  • Summary (00:10)
Markup Cont. & Footer Elements (26:50)
  • Introduction (00:10)
  • Add Nav and Section Elements (03:25)
  • Style HTML5 Elements with CSS (04:55)
  • Adding the Footer Element (06:01)
  • Other Uses for Footers (01:49)
  • Article and Aside Elements (02:56)
  • Add Article Element (01:37)
  • Using Aside Elements (05:44)
  • Summary (00:10)
Additional Elements & Forms (27:46)
  • Introduction (00:10)
  • Additional HTML5 Elements (05:52)
  • Creating an HTML Form (03:25)
  • Add Labels (01:04)
  • Add Legends and Field Sets (02:58)
  • Styling an HTML Form (03:19)
  • Form Legends and Field Sets (02:27)
  • Styling HTML Form Labels (02:04)
  • Floating Labels on the Page (01:12)
  • Bind Label to CSS Styles (04:59)
  • Summary (00:10)